0207 865 0000

FAQ

  • Direct to Media PrintingDirect to Media Large Format Printing - Print your image directly to a material of your choice. Print directly to Perspex, aluminium, wood, glass, Dibond, Slate and more.
  • Professional Photographic PrintingProfessional photographic printing including C type prints, Giclee prints to black and white prints. Lambda prints, large format Lightjets and Duratrans.
  • Photographic Framing and MountingFull bespoke photographic framing options from classic wood frames, card, Fomaex, Perspex photo mounting to specially designed lightboxes.
  • Creative Retouch ServicesA talented team of London creative retouchers who combine expertise with creative advice for professional photographic services.
  • Photographic Film Processing & ScanningPhotographic film processing and scanning, offering a wide range of high quality photographic film lab services in London.
  • Student Photographic Printing & Processing Student services for photo printing, mounting and framing plus film lab services for end of year shows and exhibitions.

Metro produce Lightboxes for one night Multimedia & Photography show 'Night Contact'

25 September 2013
Metro is delighted to support the unique multimedia and photography festival Night Contact taking place on the streets of East London for one night only on Friday 27th September.  Numerous indoor and outdoor projections will be popping up across in a range of venues in Dalston, beaming out inspiring artworks as night begins to fall.

The curators of Night Contact aim to bring together exciting and innovative photographic works that provoke or engage conversations with other media, such as film, music and literature. All of the works involved embrace the projection format, through experimental edits, collaborations with other artists, and the use of sound, narrative, movement, colour and rhythm.

Metro has produced large scale Duratrans prints which will be displayed as part of one of the installations in slimline LED lightboxes. There will be a bank of screens specially installed which will be showing site-specific commissioned and curated work.  Beyond the central area of Gillett Square the festival will break out into a trail of six satellite venues, taking over the streets of Dalston across outdoor spaces, bars and music venues, each of which will be showing a programmed screening.

In addition to an open call for submissions there have been awarded three £1,000 grants to aid the production of new collaborative works, the winners of these are Mariah Skellorn, Laura Copsey & Michael Cranny: Forecasting;
Maja Daniels & Anne Hovad Fisher: Life and Play and Steve Ryan, Pablo Jargstorf & Charlie Doran: Dalston Dining. These new pieces will be premiered utilising the three-screen setup in the festival hub, Gillett Square.
Click here for all the information relating to the festival and it's locations

Images ©
The Belt of Venus and the Shadow of the Earth 003 , 2013, ©Inka Lindergård and Niclas Holmström, courtesy Swedish Photography, Berlin

Are you playing twins © Maja Daniels, Anne Hovad Fisher

Photographers (2012). Publicity Still. Courtesy David Oates & Mishka Henner © David Oates & Mishka Henner.

Cascade © Augustin Rebetez

From Forecasting (working title) © Mariah Skellorn, Laura Copsey and Micheal Cranny

Hackney Flowers © Stephen Gill  Rrrrrrrroll 38 © Rrrrrrrroll




View Larger Map

Newsletter signup

Sign up to our newsletter

More

Latest from Flickr

Metro Imaging would like to use cookies to store information on your computer, to improve our website. Cookies that are essential for parts of the site to operate have already been set. You may delete and block all cookies from this site, but parts of the site will not work. To find out more about the cookies we use and how to delete them, see our privacy policy. Click here to allow non-essential cookies